Labor and Community Solidarity March to Occupy LA
We are the 99% Fighting Back Against Wall Street
Wall Street and Big Banks are major investors in the prison industry. The federal government pays for profit prison companies over $5.5 million a day 365 days a year out of our tax dollars to detain immigrants. The profits go to private prison investors like Wells Fargo.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
3:30 p.m. Meet at KIWA (3465 W. 8th) and go by metro or meet us at
5 p.m. California Plaza, 350 S. Grand Ave. at 4th St.
5:40 p.m. March to City Hall for candlelight vigil
7:30 pm Rally ends; People who wish to camp out stay
Demand Wall Street and Big Banks DIVEST from the Prison Industry and pay the community reparations!
Stop Deportations and the Raids! Legalization NOW!
Organized by KIWA, ACCE, AFT Local 1745, ANSWER, Center for Community Change, CHIRLA, Enlace, Full Rights for Immigrants Coalition, Good Jobs LA, LA County Federation of Labor, LIUNA, SEIU Local 721, SEIU Local 1877, SEIU-ULTCW, UFCW Local 1428, Vamos Unidos-USA